Sacramento German Genealogy Society
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The Oct. 24 Virtual Fall Seminar, co-sponsored by SGGS, was our last meeting for the year. 
If you yearn for presentations during the upcoming holiday season, don't overlook videos posted in this website's members-only section.
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What's New?
Special Interest Groups (SIGs) – On Nov 10 a survey asking about interest in participating in a special interest group was emailed to all members. As of Nov. 23, 93 members have responded. SIGs would operate online using social media (Zoom, message board, blog, Facebook, etc.). If you want to discuss hosting or co-hosting a SIG, please provide your email address in the survey or contact SGGS directly.
November Der Blumenbaum – This issue was mailed Nov. 23. You should receive it in one to three weeks. This issue is also posted view viewing and download on the Der Blumenbaum page in this website's members-only section. Viewing it online means you get to see it in full color.
Der Bote – In case you have not heard, Der Bote is back! New Der Bote Editor Elle Hedenkamp is producing a monthly issue that will be emailed to members. Both the current and recent prior issues can be viewed on the new Der Bote website page.

SGGS' Online Store

The SGGS Online Store which sells Der Blumenbaum back issues and a few mechandise items is temporarily closed. It will reopen soon with an all new look and easier to use customer interface. If you have any questions about ordering merchandise, please contact SGGS <>.
SGGS also looking for people to help with sales during meetings and to ship items ordered online. If you would like volunteer, please contact SGGS at any of its meetings or the foregoing email address.


Upcoming Events
Jan 26
Dr. Thomas Aigner- Archives in the Digital Era: ICARUS, Matricula, Topotheque
ICARUS, Matricula and Topotheque are important sources you Must Know! Online access to historical documents has become somewhat common, and yet many sources are still unavailable. Digitization of these records is a process full of challenges and opportunities.    Dr. Thomas Aigner MAS is a studied historian and archivist. He has assumed senior management positions related to cultural heritage: Director of the Archives of the Diocese of St. Pölten/AT since 1995; since 2008 President of ICARUS and a major driving force behind its international activities, including cross-border and EU-funded projects supporting digitisation activities and open-access to digital content; and member of ...